ALPENA, Mich. — As the PFAS contamination issue becomes widely known, the City of Alpena released a statement saying city water quality exceeds national and state drinking water requirements.
The city is reassuring residents that there are no detectable amounts of PFAS in the drinking water. Alpena and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality tested water from Lake Huron’s Thunder Bay. The city says testing for PFAS has already been completed.
Questions and concerns may be directed to the city’s utility manager Mike Glowinski at 989–354–1401.